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James O'Keefe of Project Veritas revealed Thursday that he was erroneously placed on the National Instant Criminal Background Check System as a "felon" by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, effectively denying him his Second Amendment rights.
"I have just filed a lawsuit against the FBI for infringing upon my 2nd Amendment Right to Bear Arms," O'Keefe tweeted. "They have erroneously put me on the Federal NICS Background Check System as a convicted felon."
"The problem? I am NOT a convicted felon."
FBI Director Chris Wray seems to have spent the majority of his tenure politically persecuting all of President Trump's supporters.
Last year, a 32-year-old former Marine had his guns seized at the direction of the FBI after he allegedly said he would kill antifa members in self-defense if "they start killing us."
The FBI also arrested members of the United Constitution Patriots after they caught hundreds of illegal aliens invading our southern border in New Mexico.
Meanwhile, the FBI has allowed antifa terrorists to riot all over the country and operate completely unimpeded (they *still* haven't raided Jeffrey Epstein's Zorro Ranch, by the way).
Is it just a coincidence James O'Keefe appears to have been put on this list around two months after infiltrating and exposing Rose City Antifa?
Perhaps, as with the "white supremacist" group "The Base" that was exposed earlier this year for allegedly being run by a federal agent, they don't like their agents getting burned.
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